The most underutilized immunization for children can also prevent many forms of cancer - but one-third of girls and one-half of boys aren't being vaccinated
Lifestyle changes can make a big difference in fighting "the greatest global challenge for health and social care in the 21st century"
A woman's tweet about a sick day "to focus on my mental health," and her boss's response, spark discussion about depression on the job
A water safety expert says drowning can happen quickly and without the telltale signs you might expect
A new study highlights common sunscreen mistakes; here's expert advice on how to lower your risk for skin cancer
A small but growing community is trying to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer as doctors struggle to make progress
Before you or your child heads into surgery, check this advice to help reduce the risk of addiction to prescription pain meds
Obesity rates in America have been rising, but some states are worse than others
New report looks at the number of adolescents having sex and whether or not they use contraception
A new report from the American Heart Association aims to set the record straight in the long-running debate over the healthiest fats
You're never too young to start taking care of your brain – and experts say certain dietary habits may help
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula discuss top medical stories on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
The warmer weather brings with it health risks for pets. Here's how to keep them safe
Watch and read: CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook has the latest on how to stay healthy
The latest health news and advice from "CBS This Morning" medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula
Dozens of people have been sickened, including one in New York City who later died
Expert tips to cut your risk of foodborne illness when eating fast food and takeout
The case provides more evidence that early treatment can occasionally bring about a long remission, raising hopes of cure
Experts say many people suffering from eating disorders don't "recognize themselves in the depictions they see in film and television"
Parents in U.K. have withdrawn request to fly him to U.S. for experimental treatment for rare genetic condition
A new study of MS patients examines how a strict Mediterranean-style diet may ease the symptoms of the disease affecting the central nervous system
There are new therapies on the horizon for the very aggressive form of cancer afflicting Senator John McCain
Thousands of kids are diagnosed with cancer every year, but their odds of beating it have never been better
In this promising new area of cancer research, the patient’s own immune system is genetically altered to fight cancer cells
A growing number of breast cancer survivors are deciding to "go flat" and embrace their scars, even baring them publicly
Veterinarians team up with cancer doctors in the field of comparative oncology to find a cure for osteosarcoma
Some provisions in the original GOP Senate health care bill - which is similar to the revised bill - violate the Byrd Rule, which means those elements will require 60 votes, rather than 51
Health workers "shouldn't have to go to work every day wondering if they're going to go home," the victim's husband testified
Bestherbs Coffee company issued the voluntary recall after one of its roasts was making some men a bit too excited
After a bike crash left her paralyzed, the elite cyclist thought her competition days were over, but that was far from the truth
Doctor says child's severe brain injury was reversed using the "most misunderstood therapy in the history of science"
There's more evidence that the "first building blocks in acquiring language" start to develop even before birth
In the last decade, states like Tennessee have seen a ten-fold rise in the number of babies born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
New Orleans inspector general says some old city water lines - and lines on private properties - are made of lead
Thousands of cases of measles have been reported in Europe since January 2016, and in the past year at least 35 children have died
When asked if senators would want to know the plan beforehand, Sen. John Cornyn said, "Yeah, but it's a luxury we don't have"
Dr. David Agus joined "CBS This Morning" from Los Angeles to discuss potential treatment options for Sen. McCain's brain cancer
AIDS deaths are now down to about to half of what they were in 2005, according to the U.N. AIDS agency
This score differs from a cost estimate CBO released Wednesday, which analyzed plan to repeal 2010 health care law now and replace it later
Health officials are trying to identify how the children became infected
This is the kind of brain cancer that killed Sen. Ted Kennedy, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook said